The Rocky Mountain Map Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of maps and other items of cartographic interest. The Society was formed in 1991 and is based in Denver, Colorado.  Upcoming meetings, past events and other information can be found at the tabs above. We hope to see you soon!

Due to the Coronavirus, Rocky Mountain Map Society offers hybrid programming (a mix of in-person and online talks). Come join us in our new venue, History Colorado (please click here for parking information and map), AND on Zoom to learn about maps from the comfort of your own home!


  • The Rocky Mountain Map Society is on summer break. The tentative fall schedule is as follows:

    • October 25: Steve Hoffenberg: "The 1850 Topographical Engineers' map of the trans-Mississippi West"

    • November 8: Steve Nadler: Maps on Stamps and Ephemera

  • The Rocky Mountain Map Society has a YouTube Page now! Past talks are available to view whenever you like. Check it out!

  • Our friend John Docktor has a wonderful list of all upcoming map events, not just in the USA, but across the pond as well. Please check it out!